I don't think these really compare to the cool CP soaps people post on here . . . but until I can afford a nice digital scale (and track down some lye!) this is what I've been doing. I sold some of these at a recent craft fair, and a few more to a co-worker for Mother's Day.
These are goatsmilk and lavender, shown with a sachet of lavender and a candle (can't take credit for the votive; it was from one of those "buy stuff" parties a former co-worker had).
The dark red are olive oil pomegranate-vanilla, the flower shapes are goatsmilk pomegranate-vanilla, and the white-and-pink swirls are shea butter chamomile-wildflower.
Olive oil citrus-rosemary, which smelled wonderful! Along with chamomile and mint sachets and more excess votives.
Goatsmilk soap with an imbedded loofah slice--I saw the directions on About.com and I just HAD to do it . . . I think it looks cool, like a slice of cucumber or melon or something. It's scented with cucumber-melon . . . gonna go into a gift basket, probably one for my step-mom and one for my bf's mom. If anyone wants the link for the tutorial, please let me know!
The rest of the goatsmilk cucumber-melon soaps. I think I may call some of these "Demeter's Garden." Please excuse the poor picture; I didn't feel the urge to set it up all pretty-like.